Kokoriko Restaurant in Miami Builds a Beautiful New Interior Out of Reclaimed Barn Wood

by , 06/12/12

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SOW Design Studio’s latest project truly exemplifies what sustainable architecture and an eco-conscious culinary practice can create. Located in the heart of Miami, Richard Sandoval’s new rotisserie, Kokoriko, was designed almost completely out of old reclaimed barn wood and tree trunks. The restaurant is decorated with plant fiber lamps brought from Barichara, along with natural cement floors and brick walls. The cuisine focuses in on free range, all natural chicken with Colombian recipes for an extra kick.

+ SOW Design Studio

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